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FP6 projects to spotlight on ACTECO at INDEX
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Mar '08
Three FP6 research projects with potential applications in nonwovens highlighted at upcoming INDEX 08 exhibition, Geneva, 15-18 April 2008.

ACTECO- Eco-efficient activation for hyperfunctional surfaces, INTELTEX - Intelligent multi-reactive textiles and STELLA - Stretchable Electronics for Large Area applications will be presented at the INDEX 08 Innovation Pavilion.

Innovation in nonwoven materials will be highlighted at the INDEX 08 exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland, from 15th- 18th April 2008.

A pavilion dedicated to innovation willfeature research consortia supported within the sixth EU Framework Programme for Research and Technology development (FP6).

Three key FP6 projects will be in the spotlight: ACTECO - Eco-efficient activation for hyper functional surfaces, INTELTEX -Intelligent multi-reactive textiles and STELLA - Stretchable Electronics for Large Area applications.

INDEX is the world's leading nonwovens exhibition. Bringing together key players from every dimension of the innovative world of nonwovens, it unites leaders in all spheres of manufacturing, machinery, and raw materials supply with leading industry decision-makers, top purchasing and sales professionals and key marketers.

ACTECO- Eco-efficient activation for hyper functional surfaces
This project aims at new plasma processes that are able to bring innovative properties, leading to hyper functional surfaces with a lifetime matching that of the final product.

This breakthrough will be achieved by developing existing knowledge in plasma processes and functional materials in combination with new plasma systems. The radical innovation is to provide new tools for an eco-production adapted to specific sectors.

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